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Plans Lodged With Council For Tiny Co-Living Units In North Inner City

David Layde
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Plans have been lodged with Dublin City Council for a 121-unit co-living development in the north inner city. It would see communal kitchens shared by up to 17 people.

This scheme for 121 co-living units at a derelict site on Mountjoy Street would see between 14 and 17 people sharing a kitchen and paying 13-hundred euro a month.

The units will start at 15 square metres, less than the size of a disabled parking space, with the average just over 21 square metres according to the Sunday Times.

Along with shared kitchens, there’s also a communal garden, laundry room, gym and lounges.

Permission was previously granted for 40 apartments on the site but they were never built.

It’s the latest plan for a co-living development in the city, in July a 200 unit complex in Dun Laoghaire was given the go ahead.